I've not had had any experience with Celexa, but I have been on beta blockers for anxiety before and they have helped me lower my heart rate and shaking. Please don't feel upset about being back on ati-depressants, it is not a failure or a sign of weakness, it is simply a means of rebalancing your body chemistry. That you care enough about your own wellbeing to seek help and medication is a sign that you are a strong and determined individual.
What are you studying at Uni? I'm just back into my final year of studies as a counsellor and I certainly need my meds around exam time! Keep on with the positive action, and know we are here to listen.
I know that it can be dissapointing to have to go back on meds, or up them as in my case, but be glad that you see the reality of your situation and are now on the right track. You are doing the right thing for yourself with the meds and therapy and I hope that you will start to see some improvement soon. And don't worry about not being around here much, I think we've all gone through difficult periods where we need to deal with things on our own and don't post as much, and then we come back here when things are better. You'll get to that point. Hang in there!
Kitt, Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*